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About Mt. Kenyon Campground

Landscaped into the base of Kenyon Mountain, our family oriented campground is modern, clean, safe and quiet. Tents, pop-ups & RV's welcome.

In the immediate vicinity, there are numerous activities for the entire family. Including fine restaurants, stores, churches, movies, a skating rink, bowling, golf, rodeo, family fun parks, and the area claims the title of Dude Ranch center of the East.

Thirty minutes over route 9N south to Saratoga Springs with day and night race tracks and the famous Saratoga Performing Arts Center. On the way you will pass beautiful Lake Luzerne.

Reservations can be made for three days or more, requiring a one night's stay deposit. A 10 day notice for cancellations.

Those camping one or two nights- first come, first serve. Just come ahead!

Fee Info
RATES Seasonal Sites available Sites without utilities ……$29.00 Electric Sites ……………$34.00 Electric & Water Sites…...$35.00 Elec, Water & Sewer……...$37.00 Elec, Water, Sewer & 30 Amp……...$40.00 *Rates are based on a family of 4. 2 Adults, 2 Children under 17, 1 Car Extra children under 17…..$5.00 ea. Extra adults, incl. children over 17…$8.00 ea. One car, one family per site Visitors staying over night on any occupied site (2 adults, 2 children or less)...$25.00 2nd family staying on same site…$25.00 Seasonal Rates……….call office ALL CARS ENTERING CAMPGROUND MUST FIRST REGISTER AT OFFICE BEFORE PROCEEDING INTO CAMPGROUND.
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Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Water Hookups
Mt. Kenyon Campground is located in New York
43.3746 N
-73.7838 W
Get Directions
New York State Thruway users from the south and east take Exit 24 at Albany and Interstate Rte. 87 (Northway) to Exit 21 at Lake George. Turn left onto Rte. 9N South and proceed 4 miles to Mt. Kenyon Campground on right. From the west take Exit 28 at Fultonville and Rtes. 30A and 29 to Saratoga. Just outside of Saratoga turn left on Rte. 9N north and proceed on this route through Lake Luzerne to Mt. Kenyon Campground.From the north take Interstate Rte. 87 (Northway) to Exit 21 and turn onto Rte. 9N South, 4 miles to Mt. Kenyon Campground on right.
1 Review of Mt. Kenyon Campground
First to Review
Good central location to visit the ADK

Although the campground was right off the road, it's still in a forest with big pine trees and mossy boulders. It was easy to access from 87. Given the proximity to the road, there is road noise, so that doesn't allow for that super outdoorsy experience you might desire. At night though it would get very dark and quiet - there weren't a lot of campers there during our stay. The camphost lives in a home onsite and was mostly helpful. Be sure to mention the 5 nights for 4 deal on their website upfront, otherwise she won't reimburse. Upon working with her to extend our stay, she said people were scheduled to come into our spot. We moved and no one arrived, so that was a bit annoying. 

To get to the sites, we had to take it a bit slow because there are some low hanging trees and a turn, but made it fine. Our first site, 22, was a back-in, 30 amp, full hook-up. It was a long site with plenty of room for our RV and SUV. We had to back it up to the very end to find the flattest option to level. With the way they have their sites set up, you need a 50 ft hose for water. This site was close to the showerhouse but next to a longterm trailer with crap everywhere and we weren't super thrilled that was our view from our windows in our living area. Our second site, 50, was also a back-in, 30 amp, full hookup. It was very pretty but hard to level. The site slopes up, so the backend was high. We tried about every way to sit our rig in there to level, but we ended up driving our front tires up on some leveling blocks and went up with the jacks as much as we safely could. We didn't get a perfect level, but we decided it was ok since we only had 2 days left. We had to wiggle our SUV in kind of sideways, but it worked.

There were some "residents" there in tents, which was interesting and a couple longterm trailers (with the typical cluttered lots you see at campgrounds that offer longterm stays). The campground is clean and the shower houses were faithfully cleaned everyday around 11a. Showerhouses were dated, but had super hot water for showers.

A few miles further down the road is the town of Lake Luzerne. We visited their small grocery which had the basics and we ate at one of the restaurants which had a view of the water (Upriver Cafe). The campground was in a perfect location to visit Lake George and surrounding area (Six Flags, outlet shops, putt-putt, restaurants etc). If you're wanting to explore even more you're only 1.5 hrs to Lake Placid and the Green Mountain National Forest.

Work was difficult with my husband dependent on AT&T. The Weboost got Verizon working fine, but AT&T was spotty. We had some issues with our RV that we were trying to get fixed locally which extended our stay, otherwise we would have left earlier due to this. The camphost told us that they had invested in some sort of mini Verizon tower for their personal use, so that was what was helping the Verizon signal. The campground offers wifi at the office/pool/rec room area, but when the "residents" come down, it brings it to a snails pace. My husband would go down there in the morning to work and had to go to Starbucks in Lake George at times when all the kids at camp decided to be on their devices at the same time.

Pool is not heated, so not many people were using it. They charge $2 per garbage bag to be put in their dumpster. They sell a few necessities in their office and firewood. They have laundry with 1 working residential washer $1 and 1 residential dryer $.75 and 1 industrial sized dryer $1. We did a couple loads with no issue. They are outside in a patio area.

Bring the bug spray. The mosquitos were as big as birds and tenacious!